Privacy Policy

Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau recognizes that protecting the privacy of visitors to our website is very important which is why your personal information (e.g., email address) is not automatically collected when you visit our site.

This website is for general audiences and does not knowingly collect any personal information from its visitors. Individual profiling, collecting of information and commercial marketing is not a part of this site. We will not send you unsolicited emails or advertisements.

No personal information will be provided or sold to other organizations or to third parties. Any information that you choose to provide on this website will be used only for the purposes for which you submitted it, including providing destination information and/or used to improve our services to you.

Although the Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau provides links to other websites, we are not responsible for the privacy practices of these other sites. Please read the specific privacy practices of any external sites in order to protect your privacy.

Any inquiries or concerns regarding the Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau Privacy Policy may be sent to

Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau news, photos, graphics, video, audio and other multimedia material accessed through this site shall not be directly or indirectly reproduced, published, broadcast, sold, transferred, licensed, distributed in any manner or medium, used to prepare derivative works, or displayed publicly in any manner or medium now known or later developed.

Anti-Spam Policy

The Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau is concerned about preventing spam. Please be aware that it is not uncommon for spammers to hide behind someone else’s email account, as well as use mail servers that they do not own.

If you receive unsolicited email from our site and/or our clients, please notify us at Include the offending email with all the headers intact and any additional information (e.g., mail servers that they do not own) that may help us prevent spam.